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REVUE 2016/3 English Electronic Edition
196 p. ISSN 2262-9815
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Revue 2016/3

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STUDIES
p. 6 Liuhuang Li-chuan
Circular migration in question: a review of migrant worker rights in Taiwan - Abstract

p. 16 Victoria Rodriguez-Rico Roldan
Spanish Health Reform and Changes In Health Insurance Coverage: Some Critical Considerations - Abstract

p. 26 Francisco Villanueva
Defining the level of collective bargaining in Peru: A singular process of appropriation by the Constitutional Court
of decisions made by the ILO Committee on Freedom of Association - Abstract

p. 40 Yannick Pagnerre
A comparative study of co-employment - Abstract

RELIGIOUS CONVICTIONS IN THE WORKPLACE: NATIONAL VARIATIONS ON A PROTECTION PRINCIPLE
p. 50 Philippe Auvergnon
Freedom but…: Outline of a comparative approach to the expression of religious convictions in the workplace
(Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Senegal) - Abstract

p. 64 Lucy Vickers
Expression of Religious Convictions in the Workplace in Great Britain - Abstract

p. 74 Titia Loenen
Principled pluralism'under pressure: The Dutch approach to expressions of religion in the workplace - Abstract

p. 84 Dominique Allen
Workplace Discrimination on the Basis of Religious Conviction: An Australian Perspective - Abstract

p. 92 Urwana Coiquaud and Isabelle Martin
The expression of religious convictions at work: freedom of religion and the duty to accommodate in Canada - Abstract

COMPARATIVE LABOUR CASE LAW - Coordonated by Allison Fiorentino
p. 106 Employment case law and international law: complementarity or hostility? - Abstract

p. 120 The Fantastic Existence of the Principle of Favor. Often Evoked, Hardly implemented - Abstract

INTERNATIONAL LEGAL NEWS
p. 130 Argentina - 2nd semester
p. 132 Australia - 1st semester
p. 134 Czech Republic - 2nd semester
p. 136 Hungary - 1st semester
p. 138 Italy - 2nd semester
p. 140 Lithuania - 1st semester
p. 142 Romania - 2nd semester
p. 144 Serbia - 1st & 2nd semesters
p. 148 Slovenia - 1st semester
p. 150 South Africa - 2nd semester
p. 152 The Netherlands - 1st semester
p. 154 United Kingdom - 1st semester
p. 156 United Nation Organization 1st & 2nd semesters
p. 160 United States of America - 1st & 2nd semesters

RETROSPECTIVE OVERVIEW OF 2015 COMPARATIVE LABOUR LAW LITERATURE
p. 168 Marialauria Birgillito, Matteo Borzaga and Manuel Antonio Garcia-Muños Alhambra - Full text article

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